The Lucifer heat wave, which caught on in southern Europe, is beginning to affect Serbia as of the beginning of the week.
In Serbia, which is witnessing the hottest day of the year so far, temperatures of up to 40 degrees are observed in the southern regions of the country.
According to N1 news, the temperature is likely to exceed 40 degrees in the second part of July, and the heat wave is expected to end at the end of the month.
It is estimated that the heat wave called “Lucifer” caused by the high-pressure system coming from Africa will continue to affect the countries of the region until the end of the month.
In addition, short-term heavy rain, thunder, gusty winds, and hail are expected in and around Belgrade in the afternoon and evening, and tropical nights of at least 20 degrees in major cities in general.
Meteorologists at the State Meteorological and Hydrological Institute expect higher temperatures in Croatia as well.
Due to the heat wave, a red alert has been issued in the split area. The highest temperature in that region is expected to reach 33 degrees.
source: Balkan News
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